An increasing number of migrants from the Mediterranean area to Denmark presents a fundamental problem. Currently, finding asylum in Denmark takes refugees anywhere from two to twelve months. During that time they have very limited options for housing.
This temporary housing community for such individuals is presented at Ryesgade 19, Nørrebro. The lot is narrow and deep, but faces southeast for light exposure. It is to have a total area of about 1,000 square meters, and house both male and female refugees. 30 beds are available for males, and 18 beds for women. The majority of rooms are doubles and include a desk and ample storage space. A soup kitchen, dining area, and other communcal spaces complete the package to provide a safe and comforting atmosphere. The space is to feel secure yet connected. Residents are to have the option to enjoy living areas on different levels and remain a part of the community.
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